Greek Island Hopping in your 20's
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Greek Island Hopping in your 20's

Anafi ● Ios ● Mykonos ● Paros ● Schinoussa ● Sikinos ● 14 January 2018
 

In Greece, vacation for young adults  can take another powerful meaning: Greek Island Hopping. When you are young, in your 20's, the only thing you care about is to explore the world, to see as many destinations as possible. With Greek Island Hopping, you can do it easily and affordably. One life is not enough to discover all the Greek islands, unless you visit more every time you come to Greece. Just think about it! Pack light, put in your suitcase all of your dreams for amazing vacation with your friends and get ready for the best experience of your life. Besides, in your 20's, you should create memories that last a lifetime...


Greek Island Pass: The first thing you should take into consideration is to buy a pass for all the Greek islands that offers you flexibility and low prices. In that age, you hate strict schedules, and we know it. Greek Island Pass is exactly what you are looking for. A ferry pass for the Cyclades and Crete at the price of only one ticket. You buy it or book it online paying only for one ticket and one route, but you can do several routes between the islands whenever you want. And all of these by ferry that takes you from one island to another in less than 1-2 hours (learn here more).

Mykonos-Paros-Ios: If you are the kind of young traveller, who wants to party, dance, drink alcohol, meet new people and flirt the whole time, these three Cycladic islands, which are located in a very short distance to each other, are exactly what you need for your summer holidays in Greece. Organised beaches with beach bars, hundreds of young people, students and party animals, cozy towns with numerous bars and clubs as well as quality youth hostels in order not to spend much money for your accommodation. Plus, these islands of Cyclades are some of the most famous Greek islands, where you will have the chance to swim in turquoise waters, sunbathe on stunning beaches and stroll around the paved streets of their whitewashed traditional villages.

Schinoussa-Sikinos-Anafi: If you are a proud backpacker, these off-the-beaten-path Cycladic islands will steal your heart. Untouched by mass tourism, with hospitable local people and unspoiled beaches, they will show you the true hidden side of Greece in authentic vacation that brings you in total connection with nature. On these islands, you won't find hostels, but rooms to let are very cheap, while free-camping is also an option. If you want to discover more of these destinations away from mass tourism, around Schinoussa, you can also find Donoussa and Irakleia, two other paradises of Small Cyclades that will remind you of past decades. On these islands, you will have the opportunity to speak to local people and sit around the fire on the beach, singing and drinking beers with other young people you will meet. And who knows, maybe there you will make long-lasting friendships!

Where to Stay

Hotel in Tripoli, Greece Mainalon Resort
Mainalon Resort
Areos Sq., 22100 Tripoli, Greece

The completely refurbished Mainalon Resort built in Tripolis city centre.#Mainalon’s Resort location is ideal for those wishing to explore the surrounding areas. In less than an hours' drive guests can find Nafplion, Sparta, Argos and Mycenae.

Hotel in Piraeus, Greece Hotel Faros I
Hotel Faros I
140, Notara Str., 18536 Piraeus, Greece

Centrally located in Piraeus, Hotel Faros I offers accommodation just 10 minutes walk from the port and from a metro station. The center of Athens can be reached within 15 minutes from the nearest railway/metro station (Piraeus). Athens International Airport "Eleftherios Venizelos" is at 40 km and a bus stop for the X96 bus connecting Piraeus and the airport is a 3-minute walk away.

Hotel & Spa in Olympia, Greece Olympic Village Hotel Resort & Spa
Olympic Village Hotel Resort & Spa
Ancient Olympia, 27065 Olympia, Greece

Olympic Village Hotel Resort & Spa is located in the beautiful valley of Alfeios river in the famous and picturesque village of Olympia, the birthplace of the Olympic Games in the western Peloponnese. The hotel lies within a 15-minute walk from the archaeological site of Ancient Olympia and a 10-minute walk from the main street of the village.


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